Category: Travel trends
The Asia-Paciﬁc region accounts for nearly 60% of the global population. For the sustainable travel movement, it would be counterintuitive to not include Asian travelers in the conversation.
Tourists to Hawaiʻi from the continental U.S. are willing to pay more for locally-sourced foods while on vacation.
The share of global sustainable tourism market in the parent market (travel and tourism industry) is estimated to be at 2%-5%.
Shifts in travel patterns are likely to become more common in Europe, a region that climate researchers describe as a “hot spot” for severe summer heat.
More industry stakeholders now recognize what practices are effective for their sustainability journeys. In the overall industry, however, gaps persist and there’s still a lot more work to do to put these strategies into practice.
The Green Destinations Top 100 Stories 2022 list was unveiled during Green Destinations Conference in Athens